It’s the time of year again when we need new calendars for the office, home, and of course for our dear clients and fans who are eagerly waiting for their Christmas loot bags. The holiday season is not just a perfect time for families and friends, it’s also a great time for entrepreneurs and artists to give thanks to their supporters.
Get the pleasure of lighting a match at the end of the day. It’s perfect for reminding us that whatever bad things happened today should be put in the past as we move forward to a new day. Just don’t give it to the kiddos.
Same with the matchstick, but one that’s much much safer! This is also a good test for EQ! Let’s see if we have enough self-control not to pop these bubbles before the year ends.
And of course, since we’re talking about things that give us pleasure, we should also include this scrath-off calendar. Now you’ll be more excited for days to pass!
Animal Cardboards Calendar
This calendar is for the animal-lovers out there. But if you have other ideas in mind that’s similar to this, why not. Would still look awesome. Perfect if you’re trying to promote your brand.
Cardboard Rocking Chair Calendar
If you want to level up and really impress, then come up with something as creative as this. It will surely make you unforgettable. Who would throw away a calendar like this? Who would not remember you or your company if you give something as cool as this?
For the sophisticated folks who are always on the go. This calendar is so neat just looking at it makes you feel like your life’s in order.
Cardboard Wall Calendar
These lovely wall calendars will rock any office!
Cardboard Desk Calendar
If you want something small and fancy, these desk calendars are what you need. Everyone would surely need one. Make sure it’s something sleek and pretty because no one want ugly things on their desks.
Here’s something that’s traditional with a slight twist. These are calendar cards but designed to be used in a more creative way than just the regular ones.
James Hill is a veteran of the music industry. He first worked at Warner Reprise Records then later joined Interscope/ Geffen Records where he managed producers and songwriters and got his first platinum record for Keyshia Cole’s The Way It Is. He is now helping indie artists with branding and manufacturing through his company Unified Manufacturing, a CD/DVD/vinyl and merch company in LA.